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Photo IDs now available for those 10 and older from PennDOT

Published December 02. 2009 05:00PM

Beginning today, PennDOT will make photo identification (ID) cards available to Pennsylvania residents ages 10 and older. The previous minimum age requirement to obtain a photo ID card was 16.

Act 159 of 2006 lowered the minimum age requirement for a Pennsylvania photo ID card to age 10. The law took effect Nov. 29. All other requirements for obtaining a Pennsylvania photo ID card remain the same.

To obtain a photo ID card, an individual must complete Form DL-54A, "Application for Initial Photo Identification Card," which is available on PennDOT's Driver and Vehicle Services Web site, www.dmv.state.pa.us, under the Driver License/Photo ID Information Center. An individual must bring the completed form, along with the required identity documents and a fee of $12 to a PennDOT Driver License Center to obtain the photo ID. Required identity documents are listed on Form DL-54A.

PennDOT reminds individuals under the age of 18 applying for a photo ID card that a parent, guardian or person acting in loco parentis must accompany them to a PennDOT Driver License Center.

To locate a PennDOT Driver License Center, visit the Locations Information Center on the Driver and Vehicle Services Web site.

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